TEACHING AND LEARNING CHECK LESSONS -
CHECK LESSON PLAN - WRITING CHECKS - LEARNING WRITE A CHECKBOOK
TRANSACTION - USE A CHECKBOOK REGISTER
CHECK REGISTER LESSON
Use the following lessons to learn how to use a
check register, or checkbook. The check register is used for
keeping track of your money in your checking account. In the
check register, you write down all the transactions that occur in
your account, such as checks you write, and deposits you make.
Record all transactions immediately in your check register.
Also, see our other money categories for our
comprehensive check lesson material, and to practice check
writing including writing dollars and cents.
What are the important parts of a checkbook?
Print out the steps necessary for completing a
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After viewing the above
lessons, here are some additional points to keep in mind when
recording transactions in your check register:
Be sure to keep a record of all your written
checks in your check register. Also, keep track of your
check numbers. Each new written check should be written with
the next available check number.
Any time you write a check, make a deposit, or
withdraw money from an ATM, write it in your checkbook
immediately. Also, keep your account balance column updated,
so you will always know how much money is in your account.
Please see the main
check writing lesson page for more checks related material:
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